CFP: Rethinking Economic Policy Essay Competition

Calling all students and early career professionals:

We invite you to take part in our 2017 essay competition Rethinking Economic Policy. Submit your original article analyzing a current issue linked to economic policy to competition@policycorner.org before midnight on October 31, 2017.

With the generous support of the Young Scholars Initiative at the Institute for New Economic Thinking, we are offering cash prizes for the three best articles (€400, €200, and €100) and will invite the winners to Berlin in January 2018 for a discussion event with invited experts.

Essay Topic: Identify an issue that calls for a new perspective in economic policy and outline an innovative solution.

Submission: All individuals of 30 years and younger are invited to submit. For full details and submission requirements, please refer to the attached PDF or see our website at www.policycorner.org/en/competition/

Who Are We? The Policy Corner is an inclusive online platform for publishing research-based articles on global issues. The Young Scholars Initiative is an international community of students and young professionals founded by the leading New York-based think tank the Institute for New Economic Thinking. Finally, the Otto Suhr Institute is Germany’s largest institute for Political Science and has its focus on area studies, international relations, and environmental research.

Ethics and Trust in Finance Prize

The call for papers for the Ethics & Trust in Finance Prize 2016-2017 edition is now open. The competition invites creative papers, which may be submitted in English or French, setting out analyses or proposals for innovative ways to promote ethics in finance. We have already published 48 papers, we look forward that your contribution becomes our next publication and as in the last editions, a prize of USD 20,000 is allocated for the winners.

After 10 years,  the adventure of the Robin Cosgrove Prize continues… but under a slightly modified name “Ethics and Trust in Finance”. As in previous editions, the Prize promotes greater awareness among young people throughout the world concerning the benefits of ethics in finance, and encourages high-quality management of banking, insurance and financial services based on trust and integrity. Launched in 2006 and now in its 6th Edition, the global competition for the Prize for Innovative Ideas for Ethics in Finance is open to young people, aged 35 years or younger, from throughout the world.

Papers are welcome until July 31, 2017. Please go to www.ethicsinfinance.org/how-to-enter/